SOLUTION: A map is drawn so that every 3.4 inches on the map corresponds to an actual distance of 120 miles. If the actual distance between the two cities is 480 miles, how far apart are the

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 Question 623203: A map is drawn so that every 3.4 inches on the map corresponds to an actual distance of 120 miles. If the actual distance between the two cities is 480 miles, how far apart are they on the map?Answer by ewatrrr(10682)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! ``` Hi, A map is drawn so that every 3.4 inches on the map corresponds to an actual distance of 120 miles. If the actual distance between the two cities is 480 miles, how far apart are they on the map? Note: Questions with this type of Info Set Up Proportions || Cross Multiplying to solve ```